Erased: company loses it all when $17,000 worth of computer records disappear

AT&T president replaces head of ailing consumer unit

Holidays excite wrapping paper manufacturer

Charities want donors to give stock options

Job could be on line at office party

Home renovations, trips replace traditional gifts

Let's not legalize pot

Denounces video poker's comeback

Suggests another Christmas shortcut

Defends embattled youth program

Tackle S.C. car rates

Don't cry for Eva

Is U.N. listening?

Distances Santa from mall policy

Gas tax gouge

Asserts Beasley `lied' about banner

Poses choice of skating or robbery

Questions call for retirement-age hike

Urges `Scrooges'

Contemplates U.S. global concerns

Colonial Williamsburg interpreters re-create slaves' Christmas customs

Ethnic cards convey cultural diversity

Eilat is suitable place to take a breather

Lighting up the holidays

Innovation has brightened Christmas trees over years

Aiken hopes art center spurs downtown growth

Parking ticket penalty unclear

Two states do battle over tritium production

Effects of Welfare reform feared

River rivals unequal in tourism

Policing the police: Officers often face inquiry

20th-century technology brings 18th-, 19th-century books to life

Inmates' numbers decline

Redistricting may touch local seats

Area Briefs

North Carolina wins Shrine

Gingrich admits violations

Seasonal favorites - Augusta authors reveal treasured holiday works

Gifts let congressmen travel

Edwards' heads-up play results in crown

Releases promised by rebels

Process is tested at SRS

Cost-cutting crucial for HMO program

Business briefs - GIW Industries bought by German subsidiary

Students answer Santa's mail

Husbands of soldiers lack formal support

Defense drives Panthers

Carolers share joy of season

Spiritual business

'Tis better to give

Private school begins modestly

Booknotes - new book from Aiken native out

Gas prices might keep some home

Turkey group quietly grows

Volunteers give good will to mankind

Romance in uniform - the rules can be blurry

Movie actress McQueen remembered for kindness

Golden Hawks take title

Pets may not be ideal gifts

Weary Terps win

Jaguars use Means to an end result - win

Miss kicks new life into Jags

Teamwork leads Dogs over struggling Cougars

DC Webgrrls - `It's like a cigar club for women'

By rehiring Jobs, Apple Computer tries to put smile back on Mac users

The Web at warp speed - a primer on fast access

Apple chief says expect `lots of new stuff' in '97

DC Webgrrls - `It's like a cigar club for women'

Encryption still tightly controlled

With Jobs' return, Apple goes back to its core

The Web at warp speed - a primer on fast access

Marty's mischief tickles toddlers with sound-activated control

Apple chief says expect `lots of new stuff' in '97


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